Barfoot & Thompson Whangarei are proud to be part of the New Zealand family owned and operated company. With over 77+ branches across Northland and Auckland, Barfoot &Thompson has access to the greatest number of buyers in the current market.
The Whangarei branch has a large dedicated sales team specialising in residential, rural, lifestyle, coastal and commercial property.
They also offer a professional property management team who are available to take the stress out of managing your investment or assist you in finding the perfect rental.
The friendly team at Barfoot & Thompson look forward to welcoming you to their beautiful City.
Whangarei, Northlands only city, is the biggest centre in the winter-less North. It is home to approximately 86,000 people living in the urban, coastal and rural communities. This City by the sea is well known for its beautiful beaches and landscape. Whangarei offers a relaxed lifestyle which is sought by many people.
Barfoot and Thompson, Whangarei is situated right in the heart of the bustling CBD. This attractive central location offers relaxed retail shopping, a great selection of cafes and restaurants, Events Cinema, library and Forum North which provides a venue for cultural and artistic performances.
The popular town basin situated in central Whangarei is enjoyed by locals, visitors and yachties from all over the world. It offers something for everyone including cafes, restaurants, museums, art galleries and specialty shops. It’s the perfect place for al-fresco dining on the waterfront, family time at the playground or enjoying a walk around the newly established Hatea Loop walkway.
Whangarei boasts quality schooling catering to all age groups and excellent sporting and recreational facilities for all ages including Kensington Park, Toll Stadium, Cobham Oval and Whangarei Aquatic Centre.
The surrounding rural districts of Whangarei have some of the best volcanic soils in the country. Maungatapere, Maunu, Glenbervie and Three Mile Bush are renowned for quality avocado and kiwifruit orchards. Dairy, beef and sheep farms make up the remaining rural landscape, all contributing a significant amount of income for the Northland economy.
Whangarei is spoilt for choice with their spectacular coastline - whether it is surfing, swimming or diving, fishing or boating – there’s something for everyone!